February 28, 2018 4.18 pm This story is over 69 months old

Latest Lincolnshire forecast: What’s to come from the beast in the east

Here’s what’s to come.

After a day of travel woes, cancelled events and closed schools due to heavy snow, the ‘beast in the east’ is far from finished with Lincolnshire.

A Met Office amber weather warning remains in force for Lincoln and much of the county until 4pm on Wednesday, February 28 and a yellow warning until midnight.

An amber weather warning is in place for Lincoln and much of Lincolnshire until 4pm.


A yellow weather warning is in place across the whole of Lincolnshire for the entire day.

Met Office forecasters said: “Further snow showers are expected on Thursday, accompanied by very low temperatures”. They warned of the possibility of more travel delays and cancellations.

A yellow weather warning is in place for all of Thursday


The yellow warning for snow remains for the whole of Friday and is extended to much of the East Midlands.

Forecasters said: “Further bands of snow, heavy in places, are likely to spread north across parts of England.”

No rest in the snow showers for Friday.

For the first time, the Met Office has issued a red weather warning for snow in Scotland for Wednesday and Thursday. People are being advised not to travel to the area.

For rolling updates and weather warnings, visit the Met Office website here. 

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